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My Review of Zoe Undead by J.R. Knoll

When I realized that this book featured a main character who had autism I was instantly intrigued.  The concept of a zombie invasion is a hot topic today, but in this book Knoll took the dystopian theme in an intriguing new direction. 141 more words

Sara B. Gauldin

Racism is a Cancer that is Destroying Our Collective Culture as Americans

Recently, each time I am exposed to media in any form I made terribly aware of the racial tension that is permeating our society. I suppose that it has been there, lying in wait for most of my adult life but I naively believed that it was an improving situation. 1,224 more words

Sara B. Gauldin

Spring - a Poem by Sara B. Gauldin

Spring

Tender shoots form
in soil that is still
half frozen, but the
warm spring sunshine
beacons through the air
that is still crisp
from winters freeze. 53 more words

Sara B. Gauldin

Sharing the Love in February- The Corporeal Pull Series is on Sale for .99!

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Enter the dimension of the Tweens, a realm between Heaven and Earth. 176 more words

Sara B. Gauldin

Rediscovering the Value of Free Speech

Like countless other Americans, I have studied United States history. I thought I understood the implications of founding a nation based on personal freedom and liberty. 747 more words

Sara B. Gauldin

Our Fascination with Drama: A Human take on the Plot Arc in Books

I recently found myself in a position that happens to almost everyone (unless you are an extreme hermit or live on a desert island); I had an argument. 610 more words

Sara B. Gauldin

Enjoy this preview from the highly anticipated new novel, Aware by Sara B. Gauldin!

Enjoy this preview from the highly anticipated new novel, Aware by Sara B. Gauldin!

Witnessing the destruction of his brother was a surreal experience. The Hidden One could not be sure that the female entity had not seen him. 1,275 more words

Sara B. Gauldin